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US nuclear safety chief Gregory Jaczko quits after tenure dogged by criticism | guardian.co.uk

Gregory Jaczko, the beleaguered US nuclear regulator, has announced he is stepping down from his post after months of bureaucratic warfare over the safety of America’s ageing reactor fleet.

Jaczko had been at the forefront of attempts to bring in new safety regulations in the wake of the the Fukushima disaster.

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